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Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show
Show Topic: The Jingle Dress, Starring Chaske Spencer, Stacey Thunder, Kimberly Guerrero, Brandon Oakes, Steve Reevis, Tony Papenfuss, Mauricimo Sanchez-Hohenstein, and S'Nya Sanchez-Hohenstein to name a few.
Special Guests: Stacey Thunder (Red Lake & Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe), cast as role of Elsie. She is host of the PBS television series, "Native Report", producer, actress, attorney, and Nike N7 Fund board member
Mauricimo Sanchez-Hohenstein (Standing Rock Sioux), cast as role of Chris. He is an actor in theater and film, fluent in Spanish, beginner level in Japaneses & Lakota, and modeling for Red Works Photography
S'Nya Sanchez-Hohenstein (Standing Rock Sioux), cast as lead role of Rose. She is a dancer, singer, and model for Red Works Photography, New Native Theatre - Improvisation, History Theater - Lead role in Musical tour "Tales Along The Minnesota Trail"
Kasa Hohenstein (Standing Rock Sioux), mother and manager of Mauricimo and S'Nya
Mario Ramirez, (Lac Courte Oreilles Ojbwe, Navajo, Hispanic), cast as role of Cousin Dan, recently did some work with a cable network channel, and is very interested in other roles and film industry
Kim Walsh, personal trainer of Diesel, cast as role of Pitbull
Featured Song: "Bread and Cheese" by A Tribe Called Red, an all First Nation (Upper/Lower Cayuga & Nipissing Anishnabe) DJ crew from Ottawa Canada. They remix traditional Pow Wow music with contemporary club sounds.
Producer/Host: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota), Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (American)
Airing Saturday 8/2/14 at 12:00 a.m. CDT on Blog Talk Radio
Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show
Special Guests: Thomas Cain (Red Lake Ojbwe), Stacey Thunder (Red Lake Ojibwe), Kasa Del Rey Hohenstein (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe), S'Nya Sanchez-Hohenstein (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe), Mauricimo "Mo" Sanchez-Hohenstein (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe), Kim Walsh (Minnesotan) & Diesel the Pit Bull (Canine/4 legged nation)
"The Jingle Dress" A narrative feature film by William Eigen. Starring Chaske Spencer and Stacey Thunder, and introducing Mauricimo and S'Nya Sanchez-Hohenstein Sneak Preview Screening at the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival on Saturday, April 5th, at 6:30 PM at The St. Anthony Main Theatre
Featured Song: "Star People" by Brulé www.brulerecords.com
Host/Producer: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota), Production Assistant/Photographer: Brook Fast Horse (Bois Forte Ojibwe), Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (Minnesotan)
Airing Friday 4/4/14 at 12:00 a.m. CDT on Blog Talk Radio
Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the jrilshow! Tonight we are exploring why old people dress like young people! DRESS YOUR DAMN AGE!!! Plus tonight in the Listening Lounge we are featuring live performances from a special artist. Come get your laugh on TONIGHT on the jrilshow!!!
We probably see it everyday but do we really put any deep thought into it? We have not one but two White mothers of Black children to share with us their challenges, issues, triumphs and disappointments of raising their biracial children. These two women are Patty Candell and Leah Wagner and they are gonna put us onto a perspective that is rarely considered by the browner side of us. Well, maybe it is considered but other shows don't have the balls to do it like Urban Therapy with SUN will.
Do we care about their challenges? Are we aware of their challenges? Do we consider the way that they raise children who look like us to be the same way that we raise our children? Do they feed their kids the same things that we eat? How do they deal with disciplining their children? Is it all calm talk, reasoning and time outs?
How do they do their daughter's hair? Where do they get their son's hair cut? What happens when their children ask what race they are and why mommy and daddy look so different? What happens when deeper cultural, heritage and identity questions and issues arise should they come up? How do White mothers deal with their children's peer pressure to date, dress, talk and act BLACK so to speak? What happens if they talk WHITE?
How does the White mother handle the looks and stares that some may give when they go to register their children for school or when they have to interact with other parents who have not been in interracial relationships and may be negatively judgemental about this?
On this show we will hear firsthand the way that a White woman feels when she is around Black women who may feel some kind of way about them "taking" their Black men and if that is even the case?
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Tonight's special guest is Dr Janet Rosenzweig, MS, PhD, MPA, the national consultant for child sexual abuse prevention for Prevent Child Abuse America. In 2011, she drew on her experiences as a sex educator working with child abuse prevention to write "The Sex-Wise Parent: The Parent's Guide Protecting Your Child, Strengthening Your Family, and Talking to Kids about Sex, Abuse, and Bullying." Based on her experience, academic research and scores of interviews, this book has been hailed as a "breakthrough" full of "sound information and advice -- a must read for parents." Dr Rosenzweig writes, "Abusers count on the fact that kids don't like to speak to their parents about sex, and you don't want that to be true on your family." She says to use the news stories that appear concerning child abuse as an opportunity to teach your kids that people who sexually abuse children put their own pleasure above the pain they cause children. "Remind them that sometimes they dress it up like a friendship or a love relationship to confuse the child (or teen!). Remind them that anyone who wants to be sexual with a young person is selfish at best and a criminal at worse." NAASCA has often posted her shorter works in the "Featured Articles" and / or "News of the Week" sections of our web site. Dr Rosenzweig has been presenting workshops to parent and professional groups promoting the ideal that parents must be the primary sex educators of their children, learning how to support their overall sexual health and safety in the home, school and community.
The world of Once Upon A Time is getting messy and it's time for "The Apprentice" to clean it up! Get your brooms and reattached hands ready as the Once Upon A Fan podcast dives into all the details. Zach Van Norman, Amy Hood and Ashley Benson are dusting off their magic boxes and starry hats for another trip into the podcast world. There's a lot to cover in this one: Anna and Rumple, the Sorcerer and his hat, Emma and Captain Hand, er, Hook's date! (That dress, though!)
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Just because the summer riding season is behind us doesn't mean you have to store the bike away just yet! In fact, the Fall colors and crisp, cool air brings many riders out for the first time. No matter what your reason for riding this time of year, the most importnat thing is to dress for the weather. Knowing how to layer up, and what clothing products best fit your needs is what we'll be chatting about on today's show. Drew Anderson, area rep for Pearl Izumi, an industry leader in athletic wear, will join us to discuss Pearl's Fall and winter clothing lineup and how to wear it all!
Shalom everyone, i originally was supposed to do a show on Naturalization, voting and why we as Blacks don't express or utilize the natural rights of being a American Citizen that others flock here from other countries to enjoy and covet. Instead I will be playing clips and commenting on a book I just bought based off having listened to a radio show.
Everyone should know by bnow that i created this show for the North American Black woman to tell (our) true story of how we have been being treated correction mis-treated over here in North America better known as Hell, Hades aka The Underworld while the Media, our men and the international community has painted us all as gold digging, whores and sluts who are trying ever so hard to be white women because of how much we hate ourselves.
While I will not deny that there may be some truth to all of the above epitets, what is not known is (how) we got (reduced) to all of those very demeaning, negative and degrading labels as well as images of crackheads, beasties and gregariously loud, loose women.
There are so many players who played a part and had a hand in making us that way who somehow are allowed to walk amongst us and dress themselves up in the garments of respectabilty and reverence while at the same time really being MONSTERS children are never allowed to escape from.
Trust me, you dont want to miss this show. Especially if you are a Sister who has survived rape X 9, neglect and abuse but are still alive to talk about it and can still laugh, love and hold your head up high and be a blessing to another surviver sister. When it is alluded to that Black Women are the STRONGEST species of woman on the earth, it is only because of our ability to overcome and endure that which have completely broken and or DESTROYED other women.
Listen. Be open for discussion, not just criticism. Ask your kids why they like a particular celebrity and what attracts them to be a devoted fan. Be conversational so they know they’ve been heard before you share your opinion and direction.
Help your child understand that many young entertainers are guided by a team of people whose ultimate goal is to make money. Young celebrities can just as easily be manipulated and given an image to sell even with good intentions. Listening to or watching interviews of that celebrity may give your child a better understanding of their personal worldviews and their character.
Discuss the content. Explain how the song lyrics we listen to and the images we watch affects our minds. Encourage them to be aware of what they’re really feeding their body. Is it truth or a lie? Uplifting or derogatory? Repetition will create habits. What habits do they think they’re forming based on their role model choice?
Talk about self worth and value. From whom and where does it come from? Who sets that standard? Your parents, peers, friends, the media, or God? How does the way you dress, talk, and act reflect your beauty on the inside and outside?
PEDOL Hour dedicated to ending discrimination on looks. This involves no manditory dress codes, anti mandatory school uniforms, school bullying, people with tattoos & piercings, janky dress codes, barefoot rights, interracial relationships, and anything else in regards to looks. Please join us here & on http://www.pedolgroup.com/ (NON PROFIT)!
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Julie Kintz goes on the air for Donna O'Donnell Figurski.
Join Julie Kintzas she interviews Mark Ittleman M.S. CCC/SLP about trouble speaking after brain injury for both Children and Adults. Tune in and together we can make a difference!
Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College plans, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slip from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating. But as Yogi Berra once said, "If you come to a fork in the road, take it." Life is all about choices!
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Survivng Traumatic Brain Injury Blog: survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com
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